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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Preston Patrick


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Preston Patrick Civil Parish, Cumbria, from the the National Heritage List for England[1]. Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Note
Aqueduct Carrying Kendal/Lancaster Canal over Peasey Beck NGR 5347 8338 1336111 II    
Bank Barns Attached at Right-Angles to East of Preston Patrick Hall 1087337 II    
Barn Approximately 10 Metres South East of Spout House Farmhouse 1335715 II    
Barn with Cowhouse Under, Waggon Shed and Stores, Approximately 70 Metres North of Moss End Farmhous 1087309 II    
Boundary Stone Adjacent to Barkinbeck Bridge 1335739 II    
Boundary Stone approx. 100m East of Crosslands Farm 1335738 II    
Boundary Stone approx. 300m South-east of Spout House Farmhouse 1137847 II    
Challon Hall 1312149 II    
Church of St Patrick 1312122 II 1852 On site of earlier church.
Dovehouses Bridge over Kendal/Lancaster Canal 1087307 II    
Garden Walls and Gateways to North and East of Garden to East of Summerdale House 1087342 II    
Milestone Approximately 180 Metres North West of Entrance to Barkin House 1087306 II    
Milestone Approximately 50 Metres North of Seven Milestone Bridge over Kendal/Lancaster Canal 1137833 II    
Milestone Approximately 75 Metres North of Summerdale House 1087341 II    
Milestone on Kendal/Lancaster Canal Approximately 100 Metres South of Aqueduct over Peasy Beck at Cr 1087335 II    
Milestone on Kendal/Lancaster Canal Approximately 90 Metres South of Dovehouses Bridge 1087336 II    
Millness Bridge over Kendal/Lancaster Canal 1087339 II    
Moss End Farmhouse 1335740 II    
Preston Patrick Hall 1312117  II* C14th With C15th & C17th additions
Preston Patrick Quaker Meeting House with attached caretaker's house and associated gighouse/stable/ 1461436 II 1869 On site of 1691 Meeting House
Seven Milestone Bridge over Kendal/Lancaster Canal 1087340 II    
Spout House Farmhouse 1137844 II    
Summerdale House 1137837 II    
Waggon Shed and Barn at Right Angles to West of Preston Patrick Hall 1137820 II    
Wath Sutton Farmhouse 1087338 II    
Low Gatebeck gunpowder works, 540m south west of Gatebeck Farm 1018135 n/a   Scheduled Monument

Primary source: the National Heritage List for England - NHLE is the register of nationally protected historic buildings and sites in England, including listed buildings, scheduled monuments, protected wrecks, registered parks and gardens, and battlefields. The list is maintained by Historic England. Check NHLE for updates and new entries. Secondary sources: British Listed Buildings.

Preston Patrick Civil Parish Quaker Meeting House, Preston Patrick Preston Patrick Hall Church of St Patrick, Preston Patrick
Church of St Patrick, Preston Patrick
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Church of St Patrick, Preston Patrick
- Overview Map Street View St Patrick's Church in Preston Patrick was built in 1852 on the site of an earier church. The parish church was designed by Sharpe and Paley. ...
Quaker Meeting House, Preston Patrick
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Quaker Meeting House, Preston Patrick
Preston Patrick Hall
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Preston Patrick Hall
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Challon Hall

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